Jeremy Jacob King
July 26, 1995 – July 2, 2018
Jeremy Jacob King, age 22 passed away July 2, 2018 in his home in Jeffersonville Indiana. He is survived by his mother, Mary Ann Breedlove-King, and father, Kelly L King both from Jeffersonville. Jeremy was a member of the culinary arts program at Sullivan University, and worked full time at Kitchen Kompact. In his spare time he was a stand up comedian Comedy Caravan in Louisville Kentucky. A Reception of family and friends will be held from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm Sunday, July15, 2018 at Kraft Funeral Service, 2776 Charlestown Road, New Albany, Indiana. A Memorial Service will be at 5:00 pm Sunday in the funeral home chapel.
- Reception of family and friends Sunday, July 15, 2018
- Memorial Service Sunday, July 15, 2018
Jeremy Jacob King
August 5, 2018
you guys probably dont know me but Jeremy and i had the same English class with miss carter. i remember that whenever anyone in the class was feeling down or seemed like they had something on their mind that was bothering them. Jeremy would go out of his way to make them feel better or to give them something to give their mind rest, like telling a joke or acting goofy. i will always remember him for that. miss carter always called him by a nickname and he hated it. it was jerjer. eventually the whole class started calling him that but not because we were making fun, because we all liked him. you will be forever missed jerjer. and im sorry that i wasn't there.
July 26, 2018
One of the best memories I had with Jeremy was when we were in Sullivan university, international cuisine. We were assigned a group project to study the foods of Indonesia. Not an easy country to research sense we did not go over the location in class, Jeremy never got discouraged infact he seemed to enjoy the challange. Come presentation time in the kitchen our group got one of the best scores and a complament from the chef. The way he helped carry the team through the semester with such leadership, passion and drive was amazing. He was a student to be looked up too and had a welcoming smile to everyone that walked his way. I'm glad to have met Jeremy and his warm heart. He will be forever missed but not forgotten.